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Nunca um provérbio fez tanto sentido: "Tudo que é bom dura pouco".
Devíamos ter feito primeiro o roteiro no Nepal e depois o Butão. Não é fácil voltar para o caos depois de ficar um tempo no paraíso.
Bom, enfrentamos mais uma vez a fila da imigração e respiramos fundo pois a trilha de 6 dias pelo Himalaya iria começar.
still in Kathmandu
Mike and I have been learning a few Nepalese words but in the Thamel area most people workin the tourist trade and speak some English. Snap shots of first few days out walking...rickshow peddlers trying to get us on their rickshows...."touts" trying to get us to buy pashmina, tiger balm, jewellry (beads), or a …
We fly out of Delhi with mixed feelings of sadness to leave the beauty of India behnid us but also some relief to move on somewhere hopefully less congested and polluted. At the airport it is strange to bump into Alex Norfolk, the son of the Canadian lady that we visited earlier. It seems already that the world is a smaller place. The flight with …
... city nestled in the centre. Rajesh spoke about the history of the temple in detail. Thunder lights (lightning) destroyed the temple this past May 15. In living memory the temple has only been destroyed 3 total times. The previous two times were engulfed by fire. The temple is said to have been in existence since before Buddha. Buddha was born in a nearby region of Nepal called lompi. The temple was built originally over a thousand years ago. He also told us the story of ...
... to the Nepalese style pop music, and in general just huge crowds of people, mostly wearing red. It was definitely a good way to see the square.
Today I had a dodgy belly, so avoided the hospital, and did some retail therapy this afternoon!, buying a wollen fleecy coat :)
Anyway, best get back to cards with the boys!